A 29 year old British man is hoping to receive as many free gifts as possible with his website he launched in a bid to see if anyone would send him any freebies in exchange for advertising on his website.
Paul Nichol, 29, is hoping he will receive a lot of free stuff with his idea of simply asking people to send him items for free in exchange for advertise on his website.
Paul set up afreebie4me.com after thinking of ideas on how to see if he can get his hands on some free goodies. Paul said "There are many things I would love to own but simply cant afford to buy, so I though why don't I try something to see if I can get anything for free". After thinking of a few ideas he decided the Internet would be the best place to give it a try and then he set about making a website.
The idea is that when he receives something for free, a picture of that free item will be placed on his homepage and will be linked direct to the site of whoever sent him that item. Paul explained "Curiosity gets the better of everyone and when visitors come to my website, see that I have received something for free, they will no doubt click on an item just out of curiosity to see who gave me that item, that in turn will take them to the website of whoever gave me the item, it will make a great way to advertise other sites".
On the homepage of his site, Paul has a most wanted list of many items he would most like to receive, most things are quite expensive, one in particular is a Mitsubishi car which is worth around £30,000, others are a LCD TV, Xbox 360, Mobile phone and many more. He is also accepting anything else which is not on his most wanted list and is waiting to see what weird and wonderful items he might receive.
"The idea and site is mainly targeted to companies who sell products rather that just any random homepage but I will accept anything for free from anyone" says paul.
To date he has received 2 e-books and some iTunes and possibly another e-book on its way. You can view these on his homepage. He will no doubt recieve a lot more freebies in the near future as his idea catches on his site becomes more popular.
Find out more about Paul Nichol and his hunt for some freebies at www.afreebie4me.com